50 shades of privacy: Consent and the fallacy that will prevent privacy for all


“Consent, in its purest form, could easily become a dystopian stick to control citizens with,” Susan Morrow, doesn’t pull her punches as she argues that GDPR hasn’t resolved the conflict between choice and consent.The GDPR has begun a frantic discourse across the globe on how to achieve Privacy by Design and Default. But it has not resolved the conflict between choice and consent.

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